When you look at the sky, do you see the clouds or the blue and the light shining through? Of course, on some days, the blue is more difficult to see. You might have to look at the whole sky and not just your usual section of it. Perhaps there’s just a corner of blue or light off in the distance. But it’s there.
Other days, you might only be able to see beyond the clouds at certain times of the day. Early morning is usually a time when the sunlight makes itself seen, even on overcast days. Sometimes you have to work extra hard to see the light by going outside in the dark cold, but the effort is worthwhile.
The breeze at dawn has secrets to tell you.
Don’t go back to sleep.
Being a light-seeker has its rewards. One who chooses to seek out and see the light can’t help but become ‘light-hearted’ over time. At its essence, is being light-hearted not unlike feeling and thinking like a child? If so, it’s no wonder that laughter and a sense of humour come easy to those who choose to look beyond the shadows.
Einstein said that the biggest decision any of us face in life is whether or not we believe the universe is friendly. I believe it is. Do you?
Life is shaded, through and through
Mostly by man’s point of view.